With Distant Hill Garden’s 400 plus species of labeled plants, many of them natives, you will see first-hand some of the trees, shrubs, and perennials best suited to attract wildlife to your garden.
Distant Hill Gardens comprises fifty-eight acres of fertile high country land in the hills five miles east of downtown Walpole, New Hampshire. Distant Hill Gardens is an environmental and horticultural learning center dedicated to inspiring and empowering children and adults to cultivate an intimate connection to the natural world through education and observation.
Michael Nerrie, Distant Hill Garden’s steward and naturalist. Michael describes himself as the CEO (Chief Environmental Observer) at Distant Hill Gardens which he refers to as the University of the Natural World. Michael has been “gardening with a purpose” at the property since 1979. http://www.distanthillgardens.org/
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